Archive - Jan 16, 2011

Precip is Up Across Wyoming—Except Here

Most of the major drainage basins in the state had significantly higher than normal precipitation during December—except for the Tongue and Powder watersheds, which were the driest in the state. Jim Fahey Hydrologist with NOAH Weather Service:

Beet Roads

The Wyoming Department of Transportation is using a new low-tech “cutting edge” technology to keep winter roads clear: beet juice. Ronda Holwell with WYDOT:

The Rams rise above the Eagles

Tongue River's Stephen Yellowtail had a terrific Friday night with 37 points in a losing effort in part because of the height of Big Horn's 6'6" Colby Wollenman who blocks this shot. The Rams trailed at the half-way point by 4 but came back and won the game 68 to 53. In the earlier game the Lady Rams downed the Lady Eagles by a score of 49 to 32.

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Library Offers “Lunch & Learn” Series

Fulmer Library will host several money management-related programs for free in the Fulmer Inner Circle.

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will be starting a new series this Tuesday, January 18th. Called “Lunch & Learn,” Program Director Debbie Iverson explains what it's all about.

Fairgrounds to Address Handicap Parking

Changes to the layout of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds has essentially created a lack of handicap parking. Facilities Director Melissa Albrecht explains the option that they are considering at this time.